Hop and Huffkin restaurant– 10 New Street, Sandwich

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10 New Street, Sandwich

Location

The Hop & Huffkin Restaurant Sandwich opened in July 2014 in the town centre of the historic cinque port town of Sandwich.
Formerly The Greyhound Public House, the property is in a prominent position, fronting New Street just off the busy Market Square, in the affluent town centre of Sandwich. The town is populated with a mixture of retail outlets and restaurateurs and benefits from a large residential catchment.

There is a busy tourist trade, together with established commercial interests nearby.

Anyone interested in booking a table at the restaurant should call Ian Linstead 01304 448560  or visit the website at www.hopandhuffkin.co.uk

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Accommodation details
Area
Ground floor area 154.29m² / 1660ft²
Courtyard / display 90m² / 968.75ft²
Service yard 7m² / 73.35ft²

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Our Landlord, Tony Skelton of Stour Valley Estates, has been amazing. I really feel he has our best interests as a business at heart and wants us to be successful.”
Hop and Huffkin Restaurant

Description

The property covers the ground floor of a completely refurbished period building.

Behind the original facade the total ground floor area covers approximately 1660 sq ft opening out to a south facing courtyard/display area. The property benefits from a rear access for trade deliveries and collections.
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The Historic Town of Sandwich

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The ancient town of Sandwich has a remarkable history as a major English port, developing from a key trading centre in the eleventh century to become one of the powerful Cinque Ports (the others being Hastings, Rye, Hythe and Dover). Throughout the centuries it was an important entry and exit point for travellers to and from the continent.

Today it finds itself two miles from the sea, but as one of the best preserved medieval towns in Great Britain it is a popular place for tourists. The narrow twisting street plan remains essentially unchanged since the Domesday book, and visitors can enjoy the pretty little houses in their original layout. More recently it has also become famous with golfing enthusiasts – the Royal St. Georges Golf Club hosted the British Open in 2011. Find out more on the websites at Visit Kent or Discover Sandwich.